Chile's coach Jorge Sampaoli gives directions to his players during their 2015 Copa America football championship match against Bolivia, in Santiago, on June 19, 2015. AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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It's too early to say if 11 Argentines will lift the Copa America after the final in Chile on July 4 but the chances are that at least one Argentine will.Six of the 12 coaches who started the competition are Argentine and five of those who progressed to the last eight are, an unusually high percentage and one that highlights the prestige Argentine managers have around the region.Sampaoli won three league titles with Universidad de Chile; Gareca, who took over Peru just three months ago, led Universitario to the Peruvian title in 2008; while Quinteros, who represented Bolivia as a player, led Ecuador's Emelec to domestic glory.One thing the Argentine managers have shared at this Copa America so far is a good success rate.
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